Study in Australia with Queensland University of Technology
Queensland University of Technology was formed as Queensland Institute of Technology in 1988, later on 1989. The university was founded in Australia. The university has two campuses in the Brisbane area: Gardens Point Campus and Kelvin Grove Campus. Kelvin Grove Campus is the main campus of the university.
Queensland University of Technology comprises of six schools: School of Chemistry, Physics and Mechanical Engineering, School of Civil Engineering and Built Environment, School of Earth, Environmental and Biological Sciences, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, School of Information Systems and School of Mathematical Sciences offers variety of courses for undergraduate and graduate students in the field of Biological Science, Chemistry, Civil Engineering and Mathematics etc.
Queensland University has students more than 48,800 including 36,611 undergraduate students and 11,310 postgraduate students. There are 7,847 international students from more than 100 countries. The numbers of faculties are 12,517.
Queensland University is also known as 'a university for the real world' cause of their close relations with industry and related teaching and functional research. The university also arranges some exhibitions and workshops for the students. Gardens Point campus offers the courses in business, law, science and engineering programs for the students.
Notable Alumni: Deborah Mailman (Actress), Sharyn Ghidella (Journalist and Channel Seven Presenter), Philip Freier (Anglican Archbishop of Melbourne).
Queensland University of Technology Programs
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Queensland University of Technology Cost of studies
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Queensland University of Technology Deadlines
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